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Cultural show enthralls ICNA delegates.

ISLAMABAD:Popular musicians and folk performers on Monday night mesmerized the audience with their enthralling performance in a cultural show organized by Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) in honour of the delegates of two-day International Conference of News Agencies (ICNA) to inform them about the rich cultural and traditional values of Pakistan.

The colorful cultural show with various unique performances of artists fascinated the foreign guests and local spectators, who responded with applause and appreciation.

Cultural dances of different parts of Pakistan in colorful dresses were presented by the artists, which was highly appreciated the guests from various countries including China, Indonesia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Romania, Oman, Bulgaria, Turkey, Lebanon, Sudan, Syria and Tunisia.

Renowned and legendary musician Ustad Saen Raes Ahmad Khan skillfully fused beats from violin and enthralled the honourable guests and audience.

Dedar Hussain enthralled the spectators with his performance on "Dhol", while a folk artist from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa received appreciation on the use of Rabab.

A large number of people attended the show and appreciated the efforts of Managing Director Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) Masood Malik in promoting and projecting the folk culture of the country.

They said Pakistan had rich cultural heritage, which was needed to be further promoted for improving the soft image of the country.

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Publication:Daily the Pak Banker (Lahore, Pakistan)
Article Type:Concert review
Geographic Code:9PAKI
Date:May 15, 2018
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